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[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
The second half of a Jim Carroll class on poetry and music. Carroll disusses jazz, blues, popular music, poetry and his own band. The first third of the tape includes questions and discussion about Allen Ginsberg. (Continued from 86P003)
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[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
First half of a Jim Carroll class on poetry and music. Carroll discusses the differences and similarities between lyrics and poems. Included are excerpts from Carroll's work, including his songs "American Express" and "Shapeshifter." Carroll also discusses his own process in writing lyrics and songs. (Continues on 86P004)
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[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
First half of the second installment of Jim Carroll's class on poetry and music. Carroll plays recordings of his songs as well as songs from Phil Ochs. He also discusses his collaboration with Doors musician Ray Manzerick, conversations with Lou Reed, and how he approaches the difference between writing lyrics, music, and poetry. (Continues on 86P006)
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[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
Second half of the second installment of Jim Carroll's class on poetry and music. Carroll plays recordings of his songs and discusses his music, including a collaboration with Ray Manzerik of the Doors. The tape ends with a performance by the class. (Continued from 86P005)
Downloads: 240
[audio]Jim Carroll reading at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. - Carroll, Jim
A reading by Jim Carroll, includes musical perfomances with accompaniment by Steven Taylor, of the Fugs, at the Boulder Museum of Contempary Art (BMoCA). The performance includes Carroll's "Facts," "8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain," "Train Surfing" and "People Who Died."
Keywords: New American Poetry; political poetry; music and literature; performance poetry
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[audio]Anne Waldman and Jim Carroll reading, July, 1986. - Carroll, Jim; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a poetry reading with Jim Carroll and Anne Waldman. Waldman reads "Skin meat bones," "All hollow's eve" (with flute accompaniment), "Sisters," "A dialogue between a silicon child and a clematis flower" (with saxophone accompaniment), "Too bad trains," "The tundra and the waves," "You're like ice" (with drums and gourd accompaniment) and "Anarchy." (Continued from 86P085)
Downloads: 419
[audio]Poetry reading - Part 3 - Carroll, Jim; Taylor, Steven
Final third of a reading with Jim Carrol's "Genius is not a generous thing," "I want the Angel" and "A day at the races" from Forced Entries. The reading ends with an acknowledgment to all of the participants. (Continued from 95p069-070.) Keywords: New American Poetry, performance poetry, political poetry, music and literature
Downloads: 422
[audio]Anne Waldman and Jim Carroll reading, July, 1986. - Carroll, Jim; Waldman, Anne
First half of a poetry reading with Jim Carroll and Anne Waldman. Carroll reads "A day at the races," "The poet and the vibrator," "The new ordeal," "With Van Gogh," "Homage to Gerard Manley Hopkins," "For Elizabeth," "Fallen heroes" "For my generation" and "A child growing up with the sun." Waldman reads "Coup de grace," "Out there," "Eyes in all heads to be looked out of," "Ballade" (translation), "Sidney's complaint," "Queen" and "Bardo corridor." (Continued on 86P084)
Downloads: 492
[audio]Poetry reading - Part 2 - Carroll, Jim; Sikelianos, Eleni; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
Second third of a reading beginning with Eleni Sikelianos' "Little Pasha," "The Wild Beasts," "The Miners," "I Like the Way You Touched Me Last Night," "Psalm," "From my Shoe," "After that I went to work in a sugar factory," "The Emotional Stomach" and "The Blue Coat." Anne Waldman continues with the "I'm a woman and I have a job" joke and the levitating story, followed by a reading of "Simulacrum." Steven Taylor joins Anne and they play two Tibetan love songs...
Downloads: 330
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